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Ipswich’s little oasis beside the Bremer River, the River Heart Parklands offers a zero-depth water playground, spider web style climbing frame, 25 metre flying fox, a football field sized 'Discovery Forest', plaques with historical information and...more
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20 Bremer St | King Edward Parade, Ipswich, Queensland 4305, Australia
My partner and I went for a walk along the River Heart Parklands with our dog. Yes the river is brown, not much you can do about that. The area was nicely landscaped with interesting art installations, I guess that's what you would call the...More
The idea of a walkway along the river is brilliant, unfortunately the river is a bad shade of brown. It looks as if someone had a good idea but not enough money; every time it floods, the park goes under and the planners haven't worked...More
The place is known to locals as Riverstink. The Bremer River is listed as a -D [That is minus D] FOR OBVIOUS REASONS.
I asked the local Council member about it. she said it's the State Govt. Problem. He said its the Federal Govt problem....More
The Riverheart Parklands run for a couple of kilometres along the Bremer River. There is ample free parking at either end and along the road (King Edward Parade). There is a boardwalk, jogging/walking paths, landscaped gardens with Australian native plants and waterfall, local indigenous and...More
The new extension has done wonders for River Heart. Lots of water fun for kids of all ages, as well as BBQs, toilets and adequate seating. Great track for running or walking along the river. Deserves to have more events.
This was my second visit to River Heart Parklands, originally visiting shortly after it opened in 2007, since that time the gardens have flourished and become more established and the area appears to be still popular. Planning the time of your visit is highly recommended...More